Building up a good head of steam already

We’re up to a round two dozen submissions for the Ham Roast or Creation Museum Carnival or whatever we’re going to call it — keep ’em coming in, I’m planning on posting it early Sunday morning. At this rate, it’s going to be big, and it’s going to be good.


  1. llewelly says

    I think the term ‘Ham Roast’ is unfair. Pigs don’t deserve to be associated with creationism.

  2. says

    I’d say I’m jealous — the Fiesta de Tejas! has difficulty getting that many nominations for posts in a month — except, I’m not jealous at all. It’s a good cause, and I hope I can find something to say to push it along.

    There is something creepy, obscene and unholy about Ken Ham’s peddling of foul disinformation to children and naive religionists. Creationism is a rising tide of inferiority and error that threatens our nation’s children and their education, to borrow a famous phrase.

    Keep up the good work.

    Oh, and if any of the posts are about Texas, I’m gonna steal ’em for the Fiesta, too.

  3. Chinchillazilla says

    I wrote a story poem for a class this year that generally mocks the story of Adam and Eve. It’s from the serpent’s point of view. Might that work, or does it need to be specifically aimed at Ham or AiG?